My new article is up at A List Apart, explaining that the only way online captioning is going to become a reality is by government regulation. Sort of like what happened with TV and the movies.

Follow the ass-kicking… live!

You can listen to me live! tomorrow (Wednesday, November 19, in the afternoon Toronto time) as I appear before the CRTC and kick ass. You can also follow a live captioning stream (via giant Java applet) or a separate transcript. None of the URLs are reliable, so just check for the accessibility proceeding at the CRTC homepage.


(2008.11.19 18:54) Those CRTC motherfuckers didn’t even ask me a question. (Notes.)

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